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EXTRA CONTENT: Corbin Mayor declares city in state of emergency

Following heavy rains and flash flooding over the weekend and early this week, Corbin Mayor Willard McBurney officially declared the city in a "state of emergency" Wednesday afternoon and is asking for help from state officials regarding clean up efforts.

Bena Mae’s Kitchen: Dandelion Wine and Other Potent Potables

 In French they're called Dent-de-lions, which means "Lion's Tooth." In English they are called pests. I looked out this morning and saw nary a dandelion on my lawn. This makes two years in a row that my yard has been free of the obnoxious plant. But I'm not...

Posted On 06 May 2009
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Obituary Notices for May 6, 2009

Obituary Notices for May 6, 2009   Charles Hunter – 74 Dona Farmer Holt – 91 Cora Faulkner – 101 Zelma Lawson – 61 Margaret Ann Lindsey – 53 Johnny Paul – 32 Pruda Estelle Mosley – 76 Connie Susan Hurst – 50 Shirley Grace...
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Frazier 50th Anniversary

The children of Gorman and Muriel Frazier will join in celebrating the 50th wedding anniversary of their parents Saturday, May 16, 2009 from 2-4 p.m. at the South Park Baptist Church Fellowship Hall.  

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Kidd – Gilreath announce upcoming marriage

 Omar and Lois Kid would like to announce the marriage of their daughter, Kim Kidd, to Joe Gilreath.

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Lowrie – Rhymer to wed

 Derrick and Yvonne Lowrie are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Jessica Renea, to Roy Matthew Rhymer. 

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University of the Cumberlands honors faculty and staff

 University of the Cumberlands held its 17th annual Faculty-Staff Dinner on April 23, honoring individuals for years of service and presenting awards for service and teaching excellence. 

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Whitley County native graduates FBI National Academy

Whitley County native KPD Lt. Jeff Pappas has graduated from the 236th Session of the FBI National Academy Program in Quantico, Va. 

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No more kidding, resurfacing of Gordon Hill is going to take place

In the past I've taken some ribbing about my appeal in this column to resurface the Gordon Hill area in Corbin. The last time I wrote about the awful condition of the road the state painted fresh yellow lines on it.

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TNA Wrestling in Corbin brings back memories of youth

As I was sitting inside The Arena Friday night watching TNA Championship Wrestling, I couldn't escape this feeling of déjà vu and this sense that the more things change, the more they sometimes stay the same.

Posted On 06 May 2009
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